Rookie Aaron Hicks may own one of the lowest batting averages in the majors, but he's finding success against the Chicago White Sox.
That's fairly common for Joe Mauer.
Hicks will try to build on his best performance in the majors, while Mauer looks to extend his hitting streak to 13 games as the Twins host the White Sox on Tuesday night.
Hicks, a first-round pick by Minnesota in 2008, has a .152 average to rank only ahead of Chicago's Adam Dunn (.133) for the AL's worst. However, the 23-year-old center fielder is 5 for 15 with five RBIs over his past four games, and he's coming off his best effort yet in Monday's opener of this three-game set.
Hicks went 2 for 3 with a pair of solo homers and robbed a potential two-run shot by Dunn in the sixth inning as the Twins (18-17) won 10-3.
"We've definitely had our share of great ones here and that ranks right up there," manager Ron Gardenhire said. "That catch is going to rank right up there, especially the moment he caught the ball. A bi...